I was fortunate to have met Larry about 25 years ago. He and his lovely wife, Mary, welcomed my husband and me into their home on a few visits to the Boston area back in the late 80's. He was an instightful man with an infectious zest for life. He was a hard worker, always doing, and making the most of his God given talents. He accomplished much in his 86 years, most notable, his six beautiful children. Here, I offer them and Mary my most heartfelt condolences. Sincerely, Maria Alibrandi

Posted: 03/10/2011 by Maria Alibrandi of Fayetteville, New York, US

To my Aunt Mary and all my Cousins: Please know that you have our deepest sympathy on the loss of Uncle Larry. I know that there is little I can say to console you but please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time and always beyond. Our distance has sometimes made us strangers, but know that you are all in our hearts forever! With All Our Love, Peter, Chris and Children

Posted: 03/06/2011 by Peter & Chris Saya of Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

To- Mary and Fran & Bonnie,Matt & Lisa,Philip, Linda,Jean and Lisa--our thoughts are with you and we share a bit of your sorrow. We saw Larry at Legal Seafood in Framingham on several occassions, one time with Lisa. Our conversations recalled the times and memories we shared while living on Pilgrim Road. We moved to EDGEWOOD retirement community in N. Andover a year ago from Wellesley Green Condominiums. Affectionately, Louis and Mari

Posted: 03/03/2011 by Louis and Mari Aikman of North Andover, Massachusetts, USA

Phil, Suzanne and the entire Losurdo family, On behalf of your friends and neighbors on Nantucket and the members of the Madaket Homeowners Association, please accept our deepest sympathies on your loss. Out thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

Posted: 03/02/2011 by Charlie Stott of Nantucket, MA, USA

Dear Mary: We were so very saddened to read Larry's obituary in the paper. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family, my dear. Words are so difficult to find at times such as this, aren't they, particularly when one's memory takes one back along so many, many years. We can only hope and pray that in letting you know that our loving thoughts are with you at this time will being you some comfort. Together, you and Larry raised a wonderful family, Mary, and we pray that you will all continue to be a strength for each other. Fondly, Ken and Micki Slowman)

Posted: 03/02/2011 by Ken & Micki Slowman of Wellesley, MA., USA

Aunt Mary and cousins, what a tremndous loss. Uncle Larry was a wonderful, thoughtful man who definitely loved his family. I will never forget all the good he did for all of us, especially my brother, Anthony. May he rest in peace and the memories of his life give us all strenghth to deal with his passing. With sympathy, Marie Niven

Posted: 03/02/2011 by Marie Niven (Rego) of Riverview, FL, USA